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The Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA) has elected a new board to take over next year, adding more foreign members and achieving gender parity for the first time.
23 September 2022
A decade after it was launched, the Scottish Arbitration Centre has declared it is ready to administer cases under inaugural arbitration rules that include “ground-breaking” commitments to diversity and the environment, while announcing new leadership at the institution.
19 September 2022
After 22 years as a board member and 15 years as deputy chairman, Christopher Style of One Essex Court is to succeed Audley Sheppard of Clifford Chance as the next chair of the LCIA board.
16 September 2022
Nikolaus Pitkowitz of Austrian boutique Pitkowitz & Partners has taken over as president of the Vienna International Arbitration Centre from Günther Horvath, who steps down after three-and-a-half years in the role.
13 September 2022
José Antonio Caínzos has resigned as the inaugural president of the Madrid International Arbitration Centre, citing “irresolvable” differences with its three founding arbitration courts over how the institution is run.
02 September 2022
Singapore’s former attorney general VK Rajah SC argued at GAR Live today that with Asian arbitration practitioners now going “toe to toe” with the world’s best, institutions must do more to promote their inclusion and not focus only on gender diversity.
23 August 2022
The Vancouver International Arbitration Centre has adopted new rules for commercial disputes, including provisions on expedited procedures and emergency relief.
16 August 2022
A new arbitral centre has opened in the Netherlands that promises to resolve disputes in the US$3.5 trillion aviation industry, the “final, nearly untouched frontier” of arbitration.
11 August 2022
Arbitral institutions have welcomed a clarification by the European Union that transactions with Russian state-owned entities are exempt from its sanctions regime where they are strictly necessary to ensure access to arbitral proceedings.
26 July 2022
Gary Shaw of Pillsbury in Washington, DC, considers the recent amendments to ICSID’s transparency rules that took effect at the start of this month, arguing they provide greater access to arbitration while preserving party control.
13 July 2022
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